The Music Never Stopped
Brown Eyed Women
Looks Like Rain
New Minglewood Blues
Samson And Delilah
Terrapin Station ->
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Not Fade Away ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Around And Around
Uncle John's Band
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadDate May 26, 1977Venue Baltimore Civic CenterLocation Baltimore, MDSource Matrix mix (SBD/AUD)Transferred by Chris Chappell
Go Faster, Get Rounder
June 29, 2014
That was funny
@John L. White
"I think I don't Like Minglewood. I think I never liked it. I'll still take it over Red Rooster though. Wow that felt cathartic. 'In a lion's den. Aaargh, I'm a pirate!'"
Man, that cracked me up.
It is really good show though-- and agree about the High Time and Jack-A-Roe being great versions. In fact, I think this is the best version of High Time I have heard.
The mix is excellent on this one-- you can really hear Weir.
June 7, 2014
though perhaps not one of the greatest of the tour.
John L. White
July 3, 2013
Another solid show with some exceptional moments. MNS is a bit rough, though it's sometimes difficult to know if it's just the mix or a band melt-down. Sugaree is a monster and once Brown Eyed starts it becomes undeniable. FIne Form. Passenger sounds funny. I think it's the mix. Jerry is a bit quiet at times and the whole tape (like most of them, is a bit bass heavy.)
Donna and Bobby get downright intimate for LLR. Did he even have backing vox on Ace? I can't remember all this shit. Damn she sounds good at the start of the outro.
Sounds like one of the first Jack-A-Roe. Not sure, but it starts off with a cool beat. Different than what to what it had developed into.
I think I don't Like Minglewood. I think I never liked it. I'll still take it over Red Rooster though. Wow that felt cathartic. "In a lion's den. Aaargh, I'm a pirate!"
High Time is just brilliant. Listen to it now. No, stop reading. Your still reading. I can see your lips moving. Go listen.
Overall this show is stellar. Sounds more like 76' than 77' at times. Slightly slower and groovy verse some of the more energetic shows earlier in the month. I wondered if the recording was slow, but it seems to be in tune with a guitar at hand.
May 26, 2013
For the Big River eh? 2nd set, precluding Terrapin... very nice.
~ Let the good times roll
January 2, 2011
Best sounding show I've heard on here
I'm partial to shows from about 73-78. I like Keith on the keys and their song choices. 77 was a VERY good year, as frequently noted.
I have gotten into listening to the matrixes lately. Wish I had put two and two together sooner on that....The other day I finally bothered to check it out, and now I am no longer stuck searching for good AUDs (although Joani Walker was good at taping if you care to know).
This is an excellent show. And if every matrix sounded this good I would never listen to anything else. It's just that good, imo.
December 23, 2010
Good sounding show!
Sugaree is beautifully jammed out. Jack-a-roe,minglewood,bertha are tight like the rest of the stuff from this month/year.The high time will make your eyes roll around in your head,and from big river on is just HOT,HOT HOTT!!
December 22, 2010
favorites from the 1st/2nd set
going down the road
Thank you, Archive.org!
May 28, 2010
Nice work, Chappy!
This is a DELICIOUS matrix of a tasty show! Thanks for all your work, Mr. Chappell!
May 27, 2010
great may 77
great show here from may 77, the sugaree is OUTSTANDING, other than that a great first set selection and execution wise.
the high time is real special here, emotional and heart felt, played very well, smooth clean and lucid
the entire second set is exceptional in general
and the sound is superb the whole way through!